"Taste-testing Soylent: It can keep you alive indefinitely, but what does it actually taste like?"


#1

From Vue Weekly: “Taste-testing Soylent: It can keep you alive indefinitely, but what does it actually taste like?


#2

More competition for nutrition.


#3

It can keep you alive indefinitely?

They should really advertise that more.


#4

New slogan: “Eat Soylent, live forever!”


#5

I don’t think anyone who has ever consumed Soylent has died yet. Maybe it’s not just a coincidence.


#6

I got my first batch of 1.3 from the wife of a gentleman who died from cancer while using it.


#7

Imminent headline: “Soylent causes death by cancer!”


#8

I think you meant…

“Soylent found after cancer ridden patient died.”

and the bi-line (spelling?) reads…
“And some LUCKY b@stard got the rest of his Soylent. Sorry folks, there’s none left here”.


#9

in·def·i·nite·ly
ˌinˈdef(ə)nətlē/
adverb
for an unlimited or unspecified period of time.
"talks cannot go on indefinitely"
to an unlimited or unspecified degree or extent.
“an indefinitely large number of channels”

Not the same as infinite/forever, just “until you’re dead.”


#10

That sounds like it’s both limited and specified.